My Favorite Quotes
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 Donald Rumsfeld - “In Afghanistan, people who are friendly and unfriendly are constantly meeting together. Indeed, sometimes the same people can be friendly and later unfriendly within a relatively short period of time,”
 Donald Rumsfeld - “The people who engaged in abuses will be brought to justice. The world will see how a free system, a democratic system, functions and operates, transparently, with no cover ups,”
 Donald Rumsfeld - “where you, the Iraq people, will choose your own leaders.”
 Donald Rumsfeld - “the only people who are going to increase or decrease U.S. forces in Afghanistan will be the president of the United States or me.”
 Donald Rumsfeld - “There are people running around with digital cameras, taking these unbelievable pictures, sending them out against the law, and they haven't even arrived at the Pentagon yet”
 Donald Rumsfeld - “Twenty-five million people in Iraq are free,”
 Donald Rumsfeld - “It was a large convoy, and there were a lot of people killed and a lot of vehicles damaged, or destroyed, I should say.”
 Donald Rumsfeld - “Include others. As Senator Pat Moynihan said, Stubborn opposition to proposals often has no other basis than the complaining question, 'Why wasn't I consulted'”
 Donald Rumsfeld - “know what they're doing. They're focusing on public opinion in the United States. They're trying to do things that are dramatic and affect that.”
 Donald Rumsfeld - “Amidst all the clutter, beyond all the obstacles, aside from all the static, are the goals set. Put your head down, do the best job possible, let the flak pass, and work towards those goals.”
 Donald Rumsfeld - “I don't think you mean they have an obligation to physically stop it it's to report it,”
 Donald Rumsfeld - “obligation to stop it”
 Donald Rumsfeld - “They have an obligation under that to affirmatively state what they have, ... One would think that that would be a help to the inspectors if it were honestly and accurately answered, not just as to what they have, but where it's located.”
 Donald Rumsfeld - “an obligation to assist in providing security, and the coalition forces are doing that. They're patrolling in various cities. Where they see looting, they're stopping it.”
 Donald Rumsfeld - “We figure we may still have that many people on the rolls. But of the ones that are trained and equipped, the number now looks to be, the latest number -- last week it was 105,000 -- now it looks to be 95,000, that is to say that are trained and equipped,”
 Donald Rumsfeld - “We're working to reunite the men and women in uniform that are deployed overseas with their families here at home, ... A number of the families that are stationed in that area obviously lost all their possessions.”
 Donald Rumsfeld - “The insurgency could go on for any number of years,”
 Donald Rumsfeld - “When one looks back on this effort, I think and pray that what will be significant is that a large number of human beings, intelligent and energetic, have been liberated,”
 Donald Rumsfeld - “insurgency could go on for any number of years. Insurgencies tend to go on five, six, eight, 10, 12 years.”
 Donald Rumsfeld - “For one thing, I would like to see a number of our forces move away from the Seoul area and from near the DMZ (Demilitarized Zone), and be more oriented towards an air hub and a sea hub”
 Donald Rumsfeld - “How many young people are being taught to go out as suicide bombers and kill people ... How does that inflow of terrorists in the world get reduced so that the number of people being captured or killed is greater than the ones being produced”
 Donald Rumsfeld - “He was extracted from Afghanistan with a small number of his senior supporters and fighters, I believe for consultation in Pakistan, and undoubtedly will be going back in there at that point where those consultations are completed,”
 Donald Rumsfeld - “We're not inclined to add to the number of people that would be given that extensive access,”
 Donald Rumsfeld - “We have had a pattern of increasing the number of coalition forces during periods when there was an expectation that the insurgents and terrorists would like to try to disrupt the political process,”
 Donald Rumsfeld - “I certainly would not have estimated that we would have had the number of individuals lost that we have had lost in the last week,”

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